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Plum & Cobnut Tart

from The Ginger Gourmand

Twitter: @GingerGourmand

This blog's by a thirty-something ginger northerner living in London, who likes nothing better than spending a whole weekend in the kitchen trying out recipe after recipe...


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“WeChat Stick-It-To-Win-It PROMO: Your Movie Date is Free!”

from The Pepperrific Life

This blogger's a single mom who's raising her daughter alone while dabbling in the single parent dating scene.


The Musings of Me

“There is nothing better than a friend, unless it is a friend with chocolate.”

from The Musings of Me

Twitter: @knightys

A look at life whilst juggling two small children. This blogger's devoted to shoes, loves winesday and dusts all her radiators. Occasionally.


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Research: Going Live!

from The Opaque and Jellied Truth

I am an academic interested in inequality and activism. I blog to think and to blurt down random ideas so I don't forget about them.


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New Products!!!!!

from Taylor Made Yarns

Keep calm and carry on spinning yarn!


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Parenthood versus Career

from The Honest Uterus

Frank Tales from the Waiting Womb


TamingTwins

Wyre Forest Gruffalo Hunting

from TamingTwins

Twitter: @tamingtwins

A story of juggling life with twins, a business and a lot of cake. I'm mostly drinking cold tea and dreaming of a tidy tupperware cupboard.


The World of Neil

Suddenly her age.

from The World of Neil

Twitter: @neiley83

I talk about the ups and downs of bringing up two boys on the autistic spectrum, mixed with musings on politics and popular culture.


ThornMaiden

Less than $300, £170, €210 to go, and th

from Thorn Maiden

Twitter: @Rioghnailt

Mostly her crafting record, but life is dragged in kicking and screaming, makeup askew, covered in cat hair and baby puke, hems dropped and dinner burning... Drop her a lifeline. Anyone. SRSLY.


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Where else would you want to go?

from The Boy With Five Names

Twitter: @linzi74

Labelled at birth as being severely disabled, The Boy With Five Names proves that despite the harshest beginnings light will always shine.